Tuesday, June 24, 2003 -- Volume 7, No. 175
Court upholds principle, strikes down admissions quotas
It will be business as usual, almost. The nation's college administrators called Monday's split Supreme Court ruling on affirmative action a victory that will allow them to keep admissions policies largely intact.
Local colleges step up minority recruiting
Local college-bound teens divided on vote
Tristate: Race matters
Editorial: For the good of diversity

Bell CEO's contract extended
Cincinnati Bell Inc. has extended the contract of CEO Kevin Mooney through the end of August as it weighs its management structure after divesting its money-losing broadband business.

West waits, wonders
David West sits on a Chicago hotel room bed, totally aware that at the same time, he is sitting on the brink of an NBA record before he has even signed a professional contract.

A hero's welcome
They gathered Monday at the Marine Reserve Center in Walnut Hills - gray-haired men who once wore the uniform, a freckle-faced boy, wives and mothers and sweethearts - to welcome home some heroes.

Reds can get pitching, but it won't be cheap
On sports talk radio, on fan message boards, and in the stands at Great American Ball Park, the Reds faithful continually urge the Reds brain trust to trade for pitching.
Reds vs. Cardinals series preview

Playing before the music
The scene on the lawn at Riverbend Music Center Monday night looks more like an American Eagle ad than a rock concert.

Complete local news report

Fairfield can't stand the rain
Taxpayers stuck with Kroger's $15M bill
Mercedes-Benz looking at West Chester
2 motorcyclists die, another hurt in wrecks
Heberle parents demand information
School teams to be split up

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Complete sports report

Reigning Met champion shows his salt
Getting to know: Michelle Wie
Giant plays giant-killer at Wimbledon
Bonds steals 500th base
Tuesday's sports on TV, radio

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Complete editorials report

For the good of diversity
Colleges must deal with court's guidelines
Local voices: Affirmative action ruling
Readers' Views

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Complete business report

Morning memo
Tristate summary
What's the buzz?
Ford hopes SUV craze hits Brazil
Business digest

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Complete tempo report

Answering machine messages get personal
Partiers kick off opera season
Books: Tristate best-sellers
Two programs keep chef on the go
Get to it!

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